Justin Bieber offers free therapy to his crew and fans with a new partnership: ‘We
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Justin Bieber has a new partnership to help those who work for him, as well as his fans.
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The “Hold On” singer, who is currently on the first leg of the biggest “Justice World Tour” of her career, has announced a special initiative with the online therapy platform BetterHelp to provide more than 250 people to the touring crew, as well as her fans, free therapy. Access.
“One thing I’ve learned over the years is that we all go through ups and downs and we all need help from time to time,” said Bieber, 28. It’s a real blessing, and I’m humbled to be able to do it. “
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The partnership allows the pop star, who has been clear about her own mental health struggles in the past, to give fans free one-month therapy, which they can use either for themselves or for friends or family members if needed.
For Bieber’s touring crew, they will have 18 months of free access to licensed therapists through BetterHelp to help manage the emotional and physical stress imposed by their profession – especially in light of the epidemic, which has suffered greatly. Turing industry.
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BetterHelp has pledged up to 3 million for this initiative. To learn more or sign up for free therapy, visit BetterHelp’s website.
The new partnership is partnered with Bieber’s Justice in Action, through which he raises awareness for criminal justice reform, voter registration, climate action and more.
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